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Left to right, alumnus Jesse Kremenak, M.S. '13, Ph.D. '17, discusses business plans with Kremenak NanoTech product manager Matthew Burkhardt and research and development manager Chris Babayco at the MU Life Science Business Incubator. Photo by Abbie Lankitus

Hatching high-growth ventures

Faculty at leading research, land-grant institutions like the University of Missouri juggle many roles. They teach and mentor students, write grants, conduct research, publish their work and engage the public.

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Civil engineering graduate students make strides in water quality research

Graduate students at Mizzou are adventurous and inquisitive, driven by the quest to discover the unknown. They dive headfirst into finding solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. Two civil engineering graduate students are diving into the world of clean water, and recently received scholarships from the Missouri Water Center to continue their research.

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Mizzou Engineering celebrates graduates, confers more than 430 degrees at spring commencement 

More than 430 students graduated from Mizzou Engineering this past weekend. On Friday, May 10, Interim Dean Praveen Edara joined UM System President Mun Y. Choi and other college leadership to confer degrees at Mizzou Arena. 

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Mizzou researcher develops next-generation hydrogen sensors

A new University of Missouri researcher is developing next-generation sensors that could be key to using hydrogen as a clean energy source in the future.

Left to right: Jayden Francois, Alyssa Fritz, Asher Ferguson, Tanner Smith, Laine Cibulskis, Jackson Bailey, Aubrey Pipkins, Josh Donaldson, Ansa Sunil, Corey Valleroy and Randi Noel

2024 Award for Academic Distinction recipients announced

The University of Missouri recently announced 12 recipients of the 2024 Award for Academic Distinction. It is one of the highest honors MU offers based on academic distinction alone. Two engineering students were among the honorees.

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#MizzouMade engineers share memories, favorites and what’s up next after graduation

Meet 10 soon-to-be alumni, learn how Mizzou Engineering has helped them achieve their goals and see where they’re headed next. 

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Honors College Senior Spotlight: Dane Walker

Through Project Lead the Way – a nonprofit organization that develops STEM curriculum for elementary, middle and high schools across the country – Dane Walker was introduced to a variety of scientific fields. The subject that clicked the most for Walker was engineering. When he made the decision to continue his education at the University of Missouri, he knew the College of Engineering was going to be the perfect fit.

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Reaching new heights: Chandrasekhar earns degree in mechanical engineering

Ajay Chandrasekhar is building upon his family’s Mizzou legacy. Both of his parents work in the biological sciences division of the College of Arts and Science. And now, he is graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in aerospace engineering from Mizzou.

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Coded for success: Hailemariam earns degree in Information Technology 

Before coming to the University of Missouri, Amanuel Hailemariam had no experience with coding or software development. Now, he’s graduating with a bachelor’s in information technology (IT) and a resume packed with real-world programming experience.  

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Making memories in and outside the classroom: Dierker earns degree in industrial engineering

For Jude Dierker, being a Tiger means embodying honesty, hard work and perseverance. He says that while attending school here, he was surrounded by many great people who helped to instill those qualities within him.